A company that received a half-million-dollar grant to assess North Dakota’s emergency services was pushed by the state to subcontract some work to a nonprofit group that had previously broken open meetings laws and improperly used federal grant money on alcohol and bonuses.
New testing methods, those who move into state factor in With December numbers still to come, North Dakota is reporting a record 37 new HIV/AIDS cases in 2009, a nearly one-third increase over the previous record of 28 cases in all of 2008.
The uncertainty over weekly allotments of a limited supply of H1N1 vaccine has complicated efforts to organize immunization clinics and distribute it to hundreds of providers in North Dakota and South Dakota.
Officials in the Canadian province of Manitoba are pressing their federal government to take the latest disagreement with North Dakota over Devils Lake floodwaters to an international group that referees water disputes.
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